Saint-Victor, Quebec

Saint-Victor, Quebec

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Saint-Victor, Quebec

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Saint-Victor is a municipality in the Municipalité régionale de comté Robert-Cliche in Quebec, Canada, which is part of the Chaudière-Appalaches region. Its population is 2,574 as of 2010. It is named after Pope Victor I.


Saint-Victor celebrated its 150th anniversary in 2002.


Colonization started at the beginning of 19th century in Tring township, created in 1804. Colonization peeked between 1834 and 1838 on the portion of the future Saint-Victor-de-Tring territory. Settlers came from neighbor territories: Saint-François (Beauceville) and Saint-Joseph-de-Beauce; some others came from Lauzon and Bellechasse townships.

Tring township municipality is created in 1845, abolished in 1847, then reestablished in 1855. It is split in 1864 to form Saint-Victor-de-Tring and Saint-Éphrem-de-Tring municipalities. Saint-Victor-de-Tring took its name from catholic parish established in 1848 and canonical in 1852, following its separation from Saint-François-de-Beauce and part from Tring and Broughton townships. The name retained brings to the fact that construction of the first chapel started July 28, which is saint Victor (Pope Victor I) feast.

Split and merger

March 1, 1922, Saint-Victor-de-Tring splits in two different municipalities, which are the village and the parish (country). Originally called Saint-Victor-de-Tring, the village municipality change its name for...
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